Buy Silver Coins in Nevada
‚ÄčNevada is a state located in a couple of regions in the United States which include, the western, mountain west, and southwestern. It is the 7th largest state at 110,567 square miles and the 34th most populated with over 2.9 million residents.  3/4 of the state lives in the Las Vegas-Paradise metropolitan area.

Bullion Sales Tax in Nevada

Nevada has statewide sales tax rate of 6.85% with additional local taxes that can be as high as 8.265%.  When it comes to bullion, private bullion sales like bars and nuggets are not charged with tax as long as the price of the bullion is for the value of the metal and not the shape.  Another exemption that applies, is if the precious metal has a face value, such as a coin and if it is more than 50% than the face value.

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Fun Facts About Nevada

  1. Nevada is the largest gold-producing state in the U.S. (source: www.50states.com)
  2. The Cal Neva Lodge & Casino was once owned by Frank Sinatra. 
  3. You can stand in both California and Nevada in the Cal-Neva building. 
  4. Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other place on earth. (source: www.50states.com)
  5. Nevada has no individual income tax or corporate income tax.
  6. It gets less than 10 inches of rain each year, making it one of the driest states in the U.S. 
  7. Reno is farther west than Los Angeles.
  8. Las Vegas consumes more shrimp a day at over 60,000 lbs a day, which is more than the rest of the U.S. combined.
  9. Nicolas Cage lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. 
  10. Sasha Pieterse who is known for her role as Alison DiLaurentis on  Pretty Little Liars   moved to Las Vegas as a child from South Africa.